If you’re looking to serve up a little something different for your wedding, why not try a nitrogen bar? Cones

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If you’re a fan of Top Chef then you’re more than familiar with liquid nitrogen. Those culinary contestants have been serving up creative concoctions with the stuff for a while. One of my favorite contestants is winner of Top Chef All Stars and molecular gastronomy enthusiast, Richard Blais, but this season’s chefs are indulging as well.  It’s definitely not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about weddings, but liquid nitrogen is really starting to nudge its way into the market.

Ice cream bars and candy buffets have been making appearances at weddings for years.  But perhaps you’re looking to kick things up a notch.  Maybe you’re a foodie, or a scientist, or just a lover of ice cream. If you can put yourself into any of those categories then a nitrogen ice cream bar may be just what you’re looking for.  So how does it work exactly? Liquid nitrogen will freeze just about anything allowing your guests to create custom ice cream flavors and have them frozen instantly by a professional chef or caterer right before their very eyes! It’s the ultimate in customization, indulgence, and presentation!

LC